strip of leather, cloth, etc. usually worn around the waist
an endless circle band of leather other material used for driving a machine or moving things from one place to another
an area that has a particular quality or part
fasten with a belt
thrash; hit with a belt
hit very hard, especially with the hand
"a belt of high pressure"
"the sudden knock floored him"
"he took a bash right in his face"
"he got a bang on the head"
"he gave the table a whack"
"He belted his opponent"
"belt your trousers"
The sword..hung from a belt that passed over the shoulder.
出自： C. Boutell
He wore a loosely made camel's-hair overcoat, the unfastened belt of which trailed behind him.
出自： A. Powell
His jeans were held up by a wide harness-leather belt with a big square brass buckle.
出自： J. Steinbeck
Allen-a-Dale was ne'er belted a knight.
出自： Sir W. Scott
When he said that,I belted into him and told him just what I thought.
The detective belted his pistol on.
我把门一打开,猫就飞快跑出去了。 belt sth ⇔ out
She belted out a high note.
She belted out ballads and hillbilly songs one after another all evening.
No one can belt out those old songs as she can.
They belted it out for all they were worth.
Many people think it is important to belt up before you start to drive.
许多人认为开车之前系上安全带是重要的。 belt sth ⇔ up
He belted up his raincoat.
They belted the mechanism up.
他们把机械装置挂上了皮带。 belt up
Belt up.I can't hear what your mother is saying.
Belt up, you boys,Father's asleep.
Oh, belt up,I'm tired of your moaning.